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Garden produce!

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

It's been a lil bit since I blogged. Life just gets busy I guess!

Now to 18 weeks of the twin pregnancy. My bump has definitely "popped!"

People still sometimes say, you hardly look pregnant.....and while you can't tell as much when i'm wearing loose clothes.......fewer people are saying that now! :)

I'm loving summer and all the fresh garden produce that's around! My parents brought me 75 ears of farm fresh sweet corn. My husband and I have been eating on that as well as I processed and cooked 50 cups of it so far---it'll be really nice to eat year-round!

Co-workers have brought in zucchini and cucumbers..love it!
Now if our garden tomatoes would just ripen.......lots of green ones!

I do love summer . It's more appealing to eat tons of fresh veggies when they're so good!
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  • KONRAD695
    Summer is definitely a magic food time. Like you, I'm blessed to have farms all around me. emoticon
    787 days ago
  • KATIBUG49
    Congrats on the babies & I'm right there with you love the summer produce. We have brought some of our tomatoes in a little green , they turn red really quick inside.
    788 days ago
  • ACHANSO
    Thanks! Yes we're very excited about the babies. It's our first pregnancy and we've been married 6 years so we're so thankful for this next step that's coming in our lives.
    789 days ago
  • MOTTAMAMALOU
    How wonderful that you will be a mom to two precious babies! Get your rest now while you can.
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    789 days ago
  • JERZRN
    Congratulations on your pregnancy! Twins...how exciting!
    I love this time of year also with all the fresh fruits and veggies. I had a Jersey peach cut up into my oatmeal this morning! Yum!
    789 days ago
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